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Does Anyone Have an Aftermarket BOV on the 2JZ swap?

 
Old 08-27-14, 03:11 PM
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Curious as to how you are mounting your aftermarket BOVs to your swaps. I called Greddy to ask them about a Greddy Type-S I bought from someone and they don't sell their adapter kits for the 93-96 Supras (not even sure if they work on our engine). So I'm most likely going to get their universal flange and have a small pipe made to accommodate it. How did you guys mount your BOVs?
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HKS bov and the adapter worked well on my swap. Can pick both up on Ebay.
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Pretty sure you will need to recirculate it
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It doesn't need recirculated, especially not if it's the jdm version. I'm running a turbosmart dual on mine. It's all custom pipes and plumbed back in to the intake to try to keep it quiet.
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Yeah, you don't have to recirculate it. If the engine is a USDM one (MAF) you will just run rich for a bit after the BOV releases with a vent to atmosphere setup.
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Originally Posted by RyanV9 View Post
Yeah, you don't have to recirculate it. If the engine is a USDM one (MAF) you will just run rich for a bit after the BOV releases with a vent to atmosphere setup.
True. Or you can do like I have done in two Supras, on which I simultaneously ran the stock BOV AND an aftermarket bov venting to the ATM. That cured my backfiring from running too rich while shifting and venting.
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